Hope Townhouses, a new Low-Income Housing Tax Credit Program Development, is open and ready for renters.
The townhomes, which sit along 2nd Avenue and Grant Street on Charleston’s West Side, feature both two- and three-bedroom units.
Each apartment is two stories with a large kitchen, living room and washer/dryer utility room on the first floor. In most units, both bedrooms and the bathroom are on the second floor, while some have a first-floor bathroom and bedroom.
Each unit also has... Continue Reading
Jon M. Rogers, the Fund’s Senior Division Manager for Single Family Lending, was quoted extensively in a media report published Friday by the Charleston Gazette Mail. The focus of the article centered on what mortgage providers, Realtors and builders are doing to engage with millennial buyers.
“Like a lot of folks, we watched the millennials sit on the sidelines for quite a while as they reached the age where younger generations jumped into the homebuying market,” he said from his... Continue Reading
HURRICANE – The sounds of hammers pounding in nails and circular saws cutting lumber filled the air during a recent morning at Whites Mobile Home Park.
And that is true music to the ears of Barbara Reynolds.
Reynolds, who has a pronounced mobility issue, has had serious trouble getting from the parking lot, up the steps and to her front door.
“My porch fell last year and I had a big step out of my front door. It was horrible... Continue Reading
Standard & Poor’s Rating Service has once again affirmed West Virginia Housing Development Fund’s “AAA” issuer credit rating. The “AAA” qualification is Standard & Poor’s highest ranking and the Fund is the only state housing finance agency to receive an “AAA” rating.
“The Fund is truly doing great work for our state and I couldn’t be prouder of the staff,” said Gov. Jim Justice, who, in his role as governor, serves as Chairman of the Fund’s Board of... Continue Reading
Congressman Alex Mooney (R-W.Va.) was the special guest for an event held Thursday to announce funding to fight homelessness across West Virginia.
FHLBank Pittsburgh and the West Virginia Housing Development Fund are partnering for a second year to fund programs across the Mountain State that work to address homelessness. FHLBank Pittsburgh is providing $1.1 million toward the effort, which is called Home4Good, and the Fund is providing... Continue Reading